For a sleepy little seaside village, Mendocino is getting some high-profile coverage.  The October issue of Real Estate Magazine Mendocino focused on the history of the Mendocino Art Center and the art galleries of today.  Lansing Street Gallery was honored to be among those profiled. 

Here is a little excerpt from the article:


Lansing Street Gallery is the newest addition to the storied history of art galleries in Mendocino village. Recently remodeled, the owners, Michael Doten and Alecia Ward, enjoy filling the clean, bright space with contemporary fine art. Boasting an anchor group of local Mendocino and Fort Bragg artists and expanding to include northern California and Bay Area artists—and occasionally those more internationally renowned—Lansing Street Gallery has quickly become a vibrant hub and a tight-knit artist community. The owners and staff work hard to bring in new exhibits nearly every month, hosting launch parties and Second Saturday events to fete the artists. The gallery features abstract and figurative oil paintings, plein air work, exceptional ceramic arts, and both fine woodworking and live-edge furnishings, and sometimes stained glass and jewelry, or whimsical sculpture and metal arts. They pride themselves on having a diverse and inclusive group of artists and making art accessible. They also love to share their knowledge of the Mendocino Coast, freely providing recommendations on lodging, hiking trails, and food and wine.

10466 Lansing Street (next to The Study Club) Thursday–Monday, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 707.937.6030

We are also thrilled for our community and the stores highlighted in the December issue of Sonoma Magazine. Check out these articles and plan your trip to the Mendocino Coast today!


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